GLENDORA, CA, October 6, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Internationally respected biochemist and one of the world’s leading experts in origin of life research, Fazale “Fuz” Rana and world renowned astrophysicist Dr. Hugh Ross claim to have developed a creation model that is testable, falsifiable, and predictive. For the first time in 80 years, such a model would move the evolution/creation debate from science vs. religion, to science vs. science.
“As currently formulated, Intelligent Design is not science. It is not falsifiable and makes no predictions about future scientific discoveries,” says Dr. Rana.ÂÂ“At Reasons To Believe, our team of scientists has developed a theory for creation that embraces the latest scientific advances. It is fully testable, falsifiable, and successfully predicts the current discoveries in origin of life research.”
Rana added, “With the creation model approach every perspective is encouraged to participate in the scientific process to see which theory best fits the emerging data. With this cutting edge program no philosophical or religious perspective is denied access. It holds the possibility of bringing to resolution the creation /evolution controversy once and for all.”
The model has already impressed some scientists.Â After reading Dr. Rana’s books, Nobel prize-winning chemist Dr. Richard Smalley had this to say: “Evolution has just been dealt its death blow. After reading Origins of Life, with my background in chemistry and physics, it is clear evolution could not have occurred.”
“Recent scientific advances raise serious concerns for biological evolution,” says Dr. Rana. “New discoveries indicate that the standard icons of human evolution fail to support the human evolutionary scenario.”
“While many scientists are of the opinion that science and faith don’t mix,” says astrophysicist, Dr. Hugh Ross, founder and president of Reasons To Believe, “the team of scientists at Reasons To Believe is dedicated to reaching the scientific community with the understanding that science and Scripture firmly support and even help advance one another. After all, science is the search for truth. We must be willing to follow the trail of evidence wherever it leads.”
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